Published: Thu, March 02, 2017
Tech | By Arthur Brown

Amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on pics available already

Amazing Samsung Galaxy S8 hands-on pics available already

Whatever the case, the Galaxy S8 will be an essential launch for Samsung, which is trying to recover both financially and perceptually after the unfortunate recall of the Galaxy Note 7.

In our earlier coverage on Wednesday, we showed you Samsung's unreleased Galaxy S8 Android flagship and ran through just about everything you could possibly want to know about the phone's specs. The leaked video now widely circulating over the Internet gives us a glimpse of what the upcoming phone would certainly look like.

Well, now it seems tech website BGR has obtained actual images of an actual Galaxy S8 smartphone.

The press render confirms that the smartphone will feature a dual curved edge display with no bezels on the sides.

The processor for the United States bound versions of the phones is expected to be the Snapdragon 835, a chip that Samsung was thought to have exclusivity of until its phones were released, however Qualcomm has since denied those rumours.

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The Galaxy S8 will get its price on the 29th of March at Samsung's event, with units now estimated to begin shipping out on the 21st of April.

In addition, the company has set the date for the Galaxy Unboxing event of the year. The publication also points out that this is the smaller of the two Samsung Galaxy S8s with a 5.8-inch display that is being shown off.

While rumours have been flowing over the stack about the upcoming flagship device, the company is definitely in a tough time where in the users' trust and loyalty will have to be brought back. The S8, which is pegged for release in March or April 2017, would also ditch the physical home button.

Above the screen lies an 8-megapixel front-facing camera and the iris scanner that was first introduced on the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7.

Samsung reportedly retained the 3.5 mm headphone jack on both the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, which should be great news for fans.

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